Thursday, October 18, 2007


World War II was the granddaddy of all wars - destruction, devastation and death. An unprovoked tyrannical dictator and murder broke down boarders and invaded his neighbors.

Germany’s army during World War II was 17 million soldiers strong. They had over one million “SS” soldiers alone. We captured and held 300,000 German prisoner/soldiers during that war.

How many Nazi soldiers did we torture?


Unlike our current regime, the men who managed World War II were great and noble. In the mid 20th century being American meant something. We were a country of ideals, morals and ethics and the entire world looked at us with admiration and respect.

Today, George Bush is no different than Adolf Hilter. He and his friends have attacked a sovereign nation without provocation and the world looks at us with disdain and in some cases, and rightfully so, fear.

During World War II we captured 300,000 Nazi soldiers and did not torture a single one of them, and yet we won the war. Today, according to the United States government, we are fighting a rag-tag group of approximately 3,000 Al-Qaeda militants – one percent of the total prisoners of war we held during World War II.

And yet we are reduced to using torture!

It is time for the American people to stand up and say “Enough is Enough.” We need to let the world know we are not behind this current president and his policies. We need to ARREST THE WAR CRIMINALS and bring them to justice!

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